The leg wound from Shipton's flailing ice ax had been an eight-stitcher of no permanent consequence.
In consequence the special sciences and the wisdom of common life entangle themselves easily and frequently in contradictions.
The discordance in zero, when known to exist, is really of no consequence, because the observations can be so arranged as to eliminate it.
But progress was made difficult, in consequence of the clumsy and irregular nomenclature employed.
It is a railway junction of some consequence, with cultivation of vines, fruit and vegetables, brewing, tanning, &c. Diedenhofen is an ancient Frank town (Theudonevilla, Totonisvilla), in which imperial diets were held in the 8th century; was captured by Conde in 1643 and fortified by Vauban; capitulated to the Prussians, after a severe bombardment, on the 25th of November 1870.
The Grand Comneni were also patrons of art and learning, and in consequence of this Trebizond was resorted to by many eminent men, by whose agency the library of the palace was provided with valuable manuscripts and the city was adorned with splendid buildings.
It is estimated that in consequence of these feuds scarcely 75% of the population in certain mountainous districts die a natural death.
But his position had become untenable, partly owing to an ill-considered telegram which he addressed to the tsar on his return; partly in consequence of the attitude of Prince Bismarck, who, in conjunction with the Russian and Austrian governments, forbade him to punish the leaders of the military conspiracy.
Von Bezold; the consequence was that within a few days of his arrival in Berlin in October 1878 he was able to plunge into original research on a problem of electric inertia.
Effective occupation did not take place, however, and communications with the islands ceased altogether in 1635, as was a natural consequence of the Japanese government's veto against the construction of sea-goingjvessels.
In consequence, his paper was deprived of the government printing in the spring of 1831.
A train of events is set in motion that requires farr to "come out" or face the consequences.
Benefit cuts have already had dire consequences for large numbers of people with HIV.
It is possible to foresee other consequences of the Soviet-Finnish war.
It was a consequence of her sin.
One of the consequences of global warming in mountain regions is increasing risk of infectious diseases.
The consequences of security breaches can be disastrous in terms of the public profile and the operation of your business.
The consequences of such failure affect not only how we think about our moral action.
The consequences of war are the reasons people went on the march.
Those were the consequences of interruptions or delays.
I must have read parts of many books (in those early days I think I never read any one book through) and a great deal of poetry in this uncomprehending way, until I discovered "Little Lord Fauntleroy," which was the first book of any consequence I read understandingly.
In consequence her mind is not only vigorous, but it is pure.
She does not think of one wrong act as harmless, of another as of no consequence, and of another as not intended.
The consequence is, that while he is reading Adam Smith, Ricardo, and Say, he runs his father in debt irretrievably.
These are all the animals of consequence which frequent it now.
I should be glad if all the meadows on the earth were left in a wild state, if that were the consequence of men's beginning to redeem themselves.
There had been actions at Lambach, Amstetten, and Melk; but despite the courage and endurance--acknowledged even by the enemy--with which the Russians fought, the only consequence of these actions was a yet more rapid retreat.
In consequence of this discovery his whole manner of life, all his relations with old friends, all his plans for his future, were completely altered.
It did not enter his head that he was in love with Natasha; he was not thinking about her, but only picturing her to himself, and in consequence all life appeared in a new light.
The direct consequence of the battle of Borodino was Napoleon's senseless flight from Moscow, his retreat along the old Smolensk road, the destruction of the invading army of five hundred thousand men, and the downfall of Napoleonic France, on which at Borodino for the first time the hand of an opponent of stronger spirit had been laid.
They went away each on his own account, and yet it was only in consequence of their going away that the momentous event was accomplished that will always remain the greatest glory of the Russian people.
Provincial life in 1812 went on very much as usual, but with this difference, that it was livelier in the towns in consequence of the arrival of many wealthy families from Moscow, and as in everything that went on in Russia at that time a special recklessness was noticeable, an "in for a penny, in for a pound--who cares?" spirit, and the inevitable small talk, instead of turning on the weather and mutual acquaintances, now turned on Moscow, the army, and Napoleon.
In consequence of this battle Kutuzov received a diamond decoration, and Bennigsen some diamonds and a hundred thousand rubles, others also received pleasant recognitions corresponding to their various grades, and following the battle fresh changes were made in the staff.
The city police is established on its former footing, and better order already prevails in consequence of its activity.
For if a certain mode of government was established or certain migrations of peoples took place in consequence of such and such geographic, ethnographic, or economic conditions, then the free will of those individuals who appear to us to have established that mode of government or occasioned the migrations can no longer be regarded as the cause.